Sun. Aug 25th, 2019

Be ready to take off with the new Innside Hotel by Meliá, in the Provence mood of Roissy Charles De Gaulle airport!

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Just lately open on February 24, 2019, the Innside Paris Charles De Gaulle hotel is the first Innside hotel open by the spanish group Meliá, in France. The new edifice is ideally located close to the Roissy Airport, Terminal 1. This proximity allows travelers in transit to enjoy a new area of rest, not far from the runways. Indeed, everything has been thought so that everyone could find a moment of relaxation whether in his quiet room or in the conviviality of the common areas.
The Meliá chain, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, proud of its Corporate Hotelier of the World label awarded by the Hotels publication in 1999, is present throughout the world, particularly through its 328 hotels, distributed in several categories of establishments including Innside. This range has the willing to give a more informal atmosphere, in order to break the codes (photo credits: Alex Plato).
This 4-star hotel with 266 rooms and 10 mezzanines offers a mediterranean break for busy travelers, through the decorated framework and the warm colors of the patio and the lobby, made of typical South mood, like the orange and ocher colors. This combination gives a comfortable welcoming to the hosts, between modernity of a high-tech building and the charm of the olive trees.
A charm pursued in the other southern touch proposed by the hotel, the unmissable Olivine restaurant. This new born concept, supervised by the young chef Manon Mikolajczyk, that was offers many receipts that make you feel in Provence and even in Toscana, since you could find cod and its small vegetables, grilled seafruits such as the octopussy with smoked thyme, but also a large bruschietta for hungry happyfew or. The menu has many resources for you, to accompany with the best wines of the World, kindly selected by the Sommelier.
In terms of desserts, the Chef, who previously officiated at the Crowne Plaza République, was also ingenious, through creations with chocolate granola, olive oil ice cream, almond cake and pineapple carpaccio for the light finishers. Those creations are fresh and adhere to a certain color code. Each appetite would find his way. On warmer days, the outdoor patio, dotted with olive trees, would brighten your meal.
The tasting travel continues with the generous cocktail bar, tempting you as a connection before taking your plane.
The creativity is still at the program upon the brass zinc, where the proximity with the barmaid would make easier your conversation with him or neighbours. Cool names, like the Spice Girl or the Bora Bora, would also make you travel even also with a kind soundtrack.

The Hotel often welcomes a DJ to fulfill the wide hall, trimmed of games like a babyfoot, with some soft sound atmosphere. That goes hand in hand with the Innside philosophy, developped on an urban lifestyle way, proposing hotels with focus on leisure and well-being, so that people get a new travel approach. That’s why you may find even at the hall, a barber corner, nail artist and even massages would be at your disposal at your demand.

In order to pursue your detente experience, you may discover upon, a new generation fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Those adjoin several meeting rooms equipped with audio systems, LED screens, free Wi-Fi and coffee stations, as well as a Big Idea space for creative thinking in a casual environment. One last clue, don’t forget to put your new toes, in these slippers from another world (photo credits: Innside).
This experience touch would also be possible, due to the efforts in terms of building construction.
The anthracite grey facade, imagined by the architecture agency SCAU, sets the tone for a hotel, steeped in its time. This location near Roissy airport expresses a certain modernity, which is also reflected inside the hotel. Indeed the rooms keep inside those 50 shades of grey through their furniture and hues, made of natural materials such as wood and concrete, opted by the famous French architect Jean-Philippe Nuel. The generosity is everywhere, firstly thanks to the size of the room that allows you to travel at your ease, the King Size bed and the “open mini bar” where all the drinks are free, among them, juice and coffee machine for sure and as well, a typical local beer.
From the “check in” of the customer, wherever you walk in the corridors, the establishment makes communion with the infrastructures of the nearby airport. The control towers rise like lighthouses on an ocean of propellers and decorate the panorama, while arousing curiosity, like from the breakfast hall composed of a varied buffet, made of fresh ingredients and a good choice of homemade pastries. An aesthetic thought to close this little detour, by Jean-Philippe Nuel who compares the entrance of a hotel as the foreground of a film: “magic must operate, something must happen immediately, the universe must be inspiring in order to seduce the client and that he feels transported by the place “.

Room prices starting at 155 €
Address: 9 rue du Voyageur, Roissy West Pole – 95700 Roissy
+33(0)1 48 16 55 55

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